My favorite sushi place by far...............................
This lady sounds so angry .......wow i feel her pain.... but this happens to be my favorite place to go.........because they specialize in ponzu sauce rolls and rice paper rolls.... TRY THE SOUTH AFRICAN AND THE TIGER ROLL also the jacki and bruce are good.......the names of the rolls are all fun and they are rated by the customers so u can see how the public likes them... best ponzu sauce ever i swear!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's mediocre and overpriced at best..
I usually eat around the corner at Magnolia and Garfield, Kasen Sushi but I was going to hear music after dinner and this place was closer. I never heard of having to call 2 days ahead of time to get Toro or Abalone at a Sushi restaurant. That's what happened here also everything I sampled was just a tad above mediocre I had giant clam (not cold enough just barely bearable), Red snapper (a bit above mediocre) and a california roll handroll on soypaper (not traditional but I was desperate) it was so small I needed a magnifying glass to see it. After being conned out of 40 bucks with 1 overpriced beer I immediately drove to Kasen 5 miles away and had the best Toro and abalone that exists around this area; that and the Tamago sashimi was soooooooooooo good. It restored my faith in humanity. Whatever you do don't let this happen to you unless your used to mediocrity in a big way. Seems like Niya is owed a living and the fact that they have been there for so long doesn't bode well for knowledge of quality in the community concerning sushi bars. A bit scary. I guess more power to them if they have mastered the shell game to that degree.
Niya formerly Kiki's is great food. The quality of the fish is outstanding. The sushi is filled with fish and ingredients not all rice. The sauces are homemade and there are so many to choose from. This is a great place for all ages and all occassions